Tokyo Tales Seems Very Cool
- Game News
- December 10, 2022
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BitSummit, Japan’s main indie video games occasion, was held over the weekend in Kyoto, and among the many video games showcased was one known as Tokyo Tales that has actually acquired my consideration.
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Developed by Drecom, who’re usually within the enterprise of creating cellphone video games, it’s a moody journey sport set in Tokyo the place, cryptically, “Town continues to inform her story, even after her disappearance.”
The sport’s trailer seems to be implausible, with an artwork type that builds its world in 3D, then offers every part a gritty pixel artwork impact, earlier than smothering all of it in some extremely moody lighting:
Seems superb, proper? By now although, you may additionally be questioning how the sport truly performs, since that trailer was virtually fully made up of cinematic sequences. IGN Japan have been at BitSummit, and after a hands-on demo with Tokyo Tales say that it’s constructed very very like a standard PS1 sport, with a hard and fast digital camera perspective that your 3D character walks round in, with most of your time spent merely wandering the town’s streets (you’re locked to a strolling velocity), exploring and studying concerning the world round you.
This is perhaps an extended shot for older heads right here, but when anybody remembers the 2013 PS3 unique Rain, you would possibly see some similarities right here, and with good motive. Main growth on Tokyo Tales is Yuki Ikeda, who was additionally director on Rain, and having been engaged on varied tasks at Drecom, that is his first all-new sport in a decade.